The ninth annual Palm Springs Jewish Film Festival returns to an in-person format both in screenings and discussions starting March 6.
A shared experience of watching classic black and white films has been a guiding force of the Arthur Lyons Film Noir Festival for 20+ years.
An Oct. 15 soirée at the Palm Springs Cultural Center will transport you to a Vegas lounge where the evening is all about Old Blue Eyes.
Register for a guided hike in Joshua Tree, support FIND Food Bank at a PS Underground event, and view LGBTQ+ films at Cinema Diverse.
Gregorio Davila wants people to watch his documentary, “L.A. A Queer History”, at Cinema Diverse because it’s more than just a gay story.
Splash House returns for Weekend 2, sing along with the classic “West Side Story”, and save the date for the reopening of the Purple Room.
What’s happening in the desert? Meet the Women Who Lead honorees in a virtual event, and hear the operatic voice of Jacquelynne Fontaine.
Taste of Rancho Mirage is a foodies delight to lead this week’s things to do in the desert, and check out an indoor fair in Yucca Valley.
Margaret Cho chats on her upcoming appearance in Palm Springs, polyamore-fatigue, bisexuality, and the little things in life that make a big difference.
Cohibernation, which makes its West Coast premiere at Cinema Diverse featuring director Brad Griffith, hopes to offer a realistic look at gay relationships.
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